How to parse XML and get instances of a particular node attribute?
You can use the xml library in Python to parse XML and get instances of a particular node attribute. Here's an example of how to do it:
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET # parse XML file tree = ET.parse("file.xml") root = tree.getroot() # find all instances of a particular node attribute for elem in root.iter(): if 'attribute_name' in elem.attrib: print(elem.attrib['attribute_name'])
This code will parse an XML file named "file.xml" and find all instances of an attribute named "attribute_name". You can replace "attribute_name" with the actual name of the attribute you want to search for.